students upset about this almost resegregation they called it, and -- but he understood it was difficult, and he made concessions. when i talked to the men, it was the idea that at the very highest levels of the college, they understood people cared about their success. they understood that people had faith in them, and they understood with father brooks, there was an open door. he had that philosophy, i think, for the 2,000 students who were there, and many people here feel close to father brooks, and he was with us last night, and he was certainly in werster last week for clarence thomas' event. when i talk to father brooks today, he just wants leaders, and he felt the college was missing out on being the best institution in this country by not reaching out and getting leaders from all parts of the society, women, blacks, whites, asians. i know holy cross made great strides in diversity.